Hillary Clinton is campaigning in the Bay Area on Friday, speaking at a school in Oakland and a private fundraiser in San Francisco.
The democratic presidential frontrunner made a stop at her campaign office in Oakland prior to the event at the school, speaking to supporters and even posing for selfies with them.
Clinton is scheduled to be in Oakland at the La Escuelita Elementary School at 2 p.m. where the auditorium was decorated with a "Fighting for Us" sign.
Then she will head over to San Francisco for a private fundraising event at Morgan, Lewis and Bockius law firm on Market Street.
Clinton plans to discuss her plans to “raise incomes for families and break down the barriers that hold Californians back,” according to her campaign officials.
Her Bay Area visit comes after a Thursday stop in Los Angeles.
An independent Field Poll released last month found Clinton with a 6-point lead over Sanders, with 12 percent of voters still undecided.